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Lakshmi Chowk, also known as Maulana Zafar Ali Chowk, is located at the juncture of Mall Road and Abbott Road. The chowk is named after the culturally significant Lakshmi Building that stands nearby. The area surrounding the chowk was considered a hub of culture, art and entertainment even before Partition; and while its cultural significance has dimmed with the passage of time, Lakshmi Chowk remains a busy area thanks to the dining and entertainment options it provides.
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